Susan Tracy is a talented and prolific English actress. Susan was born on June 30, 1947 in Heywood, Greater Manchester, England. She is a petite blonde (height: 165cm; weight: 57kg) with captivating blue eyes and lovely smile. Susan Tracy currently resides in London, Greater London, England. She is 70 years old in 2017, and remains an active actress and theatre performer. She is managed by Vivienne Clore Artist Management and VJ Management, London, UK.
Susan Tracy Actress Biography
Susan has an impressive list of roles in various TV series, films and theatrical productions.
Films: Sue is known for Lloyd & Hill (Senior Interviewer; 2003), Roadkiller (Mrs. Aylene; 2012) and The Likely Lads (Edith Collier; 1976).
TV programmes: Susan Tracy actress in dozens of TV series, including: Thriller (Telephonist; 1974), The Sweeney (Fran; 1975), Secret Army (Anna Dornes; 1977), Minder (The Widow Johnson; 1979), Agatha Christie’s Poirot (Phyllida Campion; 1989), Goodnight Sweetheart (Helen; 1993), Midsomer Murders (Felicity Gamelin; 1998), New Tricks (Margaret Ross; 2003), Midsomer Murders (Hilary King; 2007).
Susan Tracey played in dozens of theatrical performances. One of her first theatre roles was in 1975. She played Celia, Duke Frederick’s daughter in As You Like It by William Shakespeare staged at Nottingham Playhouse.
Of her more resent performances, in 2002 she played Evangeline Harcourt in Anything Goes! by Cole Porter, at the National Theatre, London, UK.
In 2005, Susan played Duchess of York in Richard II play by William Shakespeare, at the The Old Vic, London, England.
In 2006, Sue Tracy played Veronica in The Old Country by Alan Bennett, starring Timothy West, at Trafalgar Studios Theatre, London.
In 2011, she played two roles in Rattigan’s Nijinsky at the Chichester’s Festival Theatre.
In 2014, she played Mary in the Dream of Perfect Sleep by American playwright Kevin Kautzman at Finborough Theatre (London’s leading Off West End theatre).
Just recently, she played Rebecca in A Chorus of Disapproval by Alan Ayckbourn, staged at the Harold Pinter Theatre in the West End.
Nominations: Susan was nominated Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Three Sisters; 1980) and Laurence Olivier Award for Actress of the Year in a Revival (Anna Christie; 1980).
Susan Tracy actress is a much loved actress and theatre performer. She is a talented voice-over artist and can talk with English, Irish and American accents. Susan is highly skilled in ballroom dancing and has an excellent clear soprano voice. Susan Tracy is also a writer and editor. We hope that Susan continues to wow us with her performances.